Arnold Schwarzenegger as a music genre?

by Stefmanovic

As a person who is sort of up to date with what’s going on in the world, whilst ignoring all the semi-incestuous affairs of Rotterdam, I have decided not to write about the whole illegitimate child thing of the greatest action hero of all times. However, I do feel like writing about the most famous Austrian person (no, not Falco) in the world! Besides being the ultimate bad ass who can kill millions with nothing but his bare hands, this man has become a music genre of his own, namely “arnocore”.

I got introduced to this music through a friend of mine who made me listen to a band called “Austrian Death Machine“, it’s basically your loud metalcore kind of thing in which a fellow named Tim is screaming alongside a version of Arnold Schwarzenegger. The songs are of course all based on the infamous movies he made, mostly titled after the glorious one-liners. Songs such as “Get to the Choppa” or “Come on Cohagen, Give Deez People Ehyar“, this is band that can kick some ass:

Whilst quite fun, they don’t come near the level of awesomeness of another arnocore band who have been doing this for quite some time now. This band is called “Arnocorps“, led by the glorious Holzfeuer, Arnocorps is a band that has put some serious dedication to Austria’s most famous figure. Their songs are basically based on Austrian mythology, famous stories such as “Total Recall“, “Predator“, “Terminator” or one of my favourites: “Last Action Hero“.

But besides making songs based on well known Austrian folklore, Arnocorps also takes the time to help us non action heroes out there to become a little more ballsy. Very similar to, fans can submit questions/problems/comments/threats/etc which the band, unlike Oprah, will personally respond to. Here is a teaser for their upcoming cooking aid on how to prepare some tasty Green Berets for breakfast, because after all, who doesn’t want a healthy breakfast?

So yeah, what we are seeing is that the former Governator has become a music genre of his own, I really wonder what he himself thinks of this…